graphic design maker
But, this was felt not in France, but in the United States and Britain, where she had a large following and clientele.
S. clients voiced their protests, which was conveyed to the French Government. However, in France her image suffered irreparable damage due to her involvement with the Nazis, which was subsequently reflected in the low demand for her products after her return to France. Chanel, who was now 71 years old, returned to France in 1954, and found that her rival Christian Dior, now dominated the couture market. Chanel was compelled to re approach her former partner Pierre not only for business advice, but also financial support. Pierre had total confidence in Chanel's abilities, and eventually the two of them decided to join hands together, to re launch the Chanel label and their line of products once again, filling a void that was ever prevalent after the end of the war.